Wednesday 9 August 2006
Thailand Creative & Design Center, in collaboration with The Embassy of France, hosts
a "Yes, no or maybe" discussion workshop by Erwan Bouroullec and Anthony Van Den Bossche.
This workshop is a follow-up session to "Identity of French Design" lecture and aims to generate
a discussion between French instructors and participants.The participants will be encouraged to
seek the potential of the identity of Thai design and make maximum use of it. In addition,
the workshop will point out that in the realm of design, the answer can be more than
yes, no or maybe.
The workshop is open for TCDC MEMBERS ONLY. Professional designers and relevant
are encouraged to join!
For members who are interested in this workshop, please write us an e-mail IN ENGLISH
with the following details:
1) Full name
2) TCDC member barcode
3) Contact address and phone number
4) Education and expertise
5) Occupation and organization
6) Half A4 essay on how Erwan Bouroullec's works inspire you.
7) Other information you would like us to know.
REMARKS: PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A DISCUSSION WORKSHOP AND WILL BE CONDUCTED
IN ENGLISH. ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IS NECESSARY. FOR SELECTED MEMBERS, A GUARANTEED
DEPOSIT OF 1,000 BAHT IS REQUIRED AND WILL BE RETURNED IN FULL AT THE END OF
Send your e-mail to email@example.com by Sunday 23 July, 2006. The number of participants
is limited to twenty. Result will be given back to you via e-mail within the end of July.
For more information, please contact Khun Warut at 0-2664-7667 ext. 127.
About Erwan Bouroullec
Erwan Bouroullec was born in Quimper, France in 1976. He has been working with his elder
brother Ronan Bouroullec since 1999.
Today, Erwan works with numerous manufacturers such as Vitra, Cappellini, Issey Miyake,
Ligne Roset and Habitat. He was named "Creator of the Year" in Paris, 2002. In the
following year, he was voted "designer of the year" by Elle Decoration, Japan.
Erwan's designs are part of the permanent museum collections of the New York Museum
of Modern Art, the "Musée National d'Art Moderne - Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris,
the London Design Museum.
About Anthony Van Den Bossche
Anthony Van Den Bossche, a creator of the website www.resetdesign.com, was born in Migennes,
France in 1971. Journalist and critic Anthony is an independent curator of exhibition. As well as
a member of the committee of acquisition of Fond National d'Art Contemporain (FNAC), he works
as a chronicler for Le Figaro in a column on culture and design.